The automatic updating of Apple’s iPhone Mail is a fantastic feature. This is known as push mail, and it updates all incoming Mails to the device by sending push emails from the Mail server. We also have separate custom settings for the Apple Mail app’s Auto Push Mail option for iCloud emails, Gmail, and Roadrunner Email Push. Check the Apple Mail app settings and configuration given below if an Email push like the Roadrunner Email is not working on iPhone.
If your iPhone Email is not updating automatically, you can try to resolve the problem by following the steps below.
Each app installed on an iOS/iPadOS device has its own set of Notification preferences. So, here’s how to turn on/off Mail notifications on your iPhone or iPad. If Mail Notification is enabled, check the Notification settings for each signed-in mail account and select a notification type such as push/Fetch in the next solution.
The following steps will allow you to know if the mail notification is turned on or not:
If you don’t have background refresh turned on for the mail app, it won’t work and won’t send you any future push alerts. As a result, the mail app must be enabled in the background app refresh.
In the event that you disable all app background refresh on your iPhone or iPad. For the Mail app, re-enable it.
Navigate to Settings > Enable Background App Refresh by going to General > Background App Refresh > Enable Background App Refresh.
Three options are displayed on the screen:
We recommend going with the second choice, Wi-Fi since the third option will consume a lot of data and leave you with a large data bill next month.
There is no issue if you have an unlimited data plan. However, it will quickly drain the battery, so bring an additional power bank or a battery case cover with you.
After removing or deleting it, re-login to your Mail Account.
Open the Settings app, find Accounts & Passwords, select Mail Account, choose a specific email account, and then hit Delete for iOS 11 or later users.
Go to Mail, Contacts, Calendars > Mail > Delete Account in Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars. Then, in the Mail app, create a new Mail.
You can’t change the settings on your iPhone because they’re stuck in the wrong place. After you choose the Reset all settings option, your user data will remain the same as before. This procedure will restore the misconfigured mail app’s default settings. Notifications in the Mail app, in particular. Let’s get started. Your iPhone will reboot throughout the reset settings process. So don’t be concerned.
Go to the App Settings> Press General > scroll to the bottom of the page and tap Reset > tap Reset All Settings [enter your iPhone passcode to save your changes and finish the reset procedure].
Low Power mode controls the amount of power used by background software processes. Mail Fetch is one of the most important features that help you save a lot of battery life. Here’s the verification window that appears when we put your iPhone in low power mode. Follow these steps to permanently disable low power mode:
When your iPhone or iPad is in Do not Disturb mode, it does not ring when it receives new mail notifications or phone calls. Because the notification is not always blocked by Do Not Disturb mode.
Those were all of the steps that you can follow to resolve the problem of email not updating on your iPhone. If you are still facing the issue, you can contact your roadrunner email service provider. For example, if you use Roadrunner Email, you can contact Roadrunner Email Support. They are available round the clock to solve any issue related to the use of your Roadrunner Email Account.